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The 30-Under-30 Woman Behind Clara Labs Pushes The Boundaries On The Digital Personal Assistant

Maran Nelson started Clara Labs soon after graduating from the University of Texas. The digital personal assistant product company was admitted the prestigious Y Combinator program, and has since been funded by the likes of Sequoia Capital. In this interview, Maran opens up about the genesis of the idea, the role that former executive assistants play, and the future of the product, among o
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